So which towns in your county have the highest property taxes? And, for that matter, where are the biggest bills in all 21 counties?
We are continuing to mine the state's annual property tax report, which shows New Jersey hit a new high of $8,690 per homeowner last year, once again tops in the nation.
So far we've shown you the towns in New Jersey with the highest and lowest property taxes, and we've compiled a list of the 67 municipalities where property tax bills actually dropped. We've also provided a handy tool for you to look up some useful comparisons for your own town.
Here, you can find the towns with the highest average property tax bills in each county.
While property taxes can vary depending on where you live, the list shows that all but four of New Jersey's 21 counties have towns where the average bill tops $10,000. And all but three counties have towns where the average bill is more than the state average.
Remember, these are average property tax bills, so they take into account property values as wells as tax rates. Towns with more expensive real estate tend to have more expensive tax bills.
Here's the look at where people are paying the most in each county: